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AMD 2700x vs Intel i9 9900K

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  1. M4XiMill4N

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    Which is better for gaming ?
    Which is better for Video Editing?
    Which CPU would you choose if you have a choice between the two?
    Which CPU is better for overall Multi use Computer system?
     
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    Here are the performance scores of those 2 processors.


    You didn't describe the motherboard you have, so we don't know which one of those processors it supports.
    You also didn't describe which graphic card you have.

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    Current Video Card is Vega 64 will be replaced in the future with RTX 2080
    Motherboard are Gigabyte Z390 and X470
     
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    Only because of "value".

    If you look at all of the graphs on that page, Intel won every single one of them. To me that is well worth more than the measly $130 they mention.

    "Ya gotta pay to play." ;)
     
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    I suppose it depends on how much value you put on value !
     
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    Yep, I suppose it does. When the OP mentioned "better" along with two premium CPUs I assumed, (yea yea, I know), they meant faster instead of "better value". ;)
     
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    I suppose you get what you pay for. The Intel is better for gaming, the Ryzen looks better for other tasks.
     
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